Modern, state-of-the-art tertiary hospital soon to rise in Parañaque City

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MANILA, Philippines – A new, tertiary hospital is rising south of the Metro to meet the health care needs of thousands of people in the areas of Parañaque, Las Piñas, and the National Capital Region – The Premier Medical Center (TPMC) is soon to operate in full swing at the Amvel Business Park in Sucat, Parañaque.

When completed, TPMC will be a seven-story tertiary hospital with 150 beds available for patients. It will be within a sprawling 7,600 square-meter property in Parañaque’s central business district and will offer a complete suite of health care services, using state-of-the-art equipment, and a holistic approach that focuses not only on treating illness but also on wellness services and disease- prevention.

The hospital’s location makes it an ideal health care destination for both local and foreign patients. Being part of the Amvel Business Park complex puts TPMC at the heart of the Parañaque business district, which is very accessible through private and public transportation through Sucat Road and the C5 extension.

TPMC will benefit thousands of patients in Parañaque, Las Piñas, and NCR, and even patients in parts of Cavite, who are in need of quality care for various health conditions.

Patient-centered

TPMC Chairman Dr. Renato Bernabe noted that TPMC’s vision is to provide patient-centered health care. According to him, this involves providing a) Compassionate care; b) Quick-turn-around time; and c) A hassle-free healing experience.

Compassionate care at TPMC is made possible chiefly by the Filipino values imbibed and practiced by physicians and medical support staff.

“Filipino doctors, nurses, medical technicians, and other medical support staff are known for the compassionate, friendly, cheerful, and optimistic attitude they have—and they generously lavish this attitude to patients. This very caring bedside manner not only helps patients become more comfortable and relaxed in a hospital setting, but also boosts their bodies’ natural healing processes,” he explained.

The Premier Medical Center is a seven-story tertiary hospital with 150 beds available for patients in a sprawling 7,600 sq.m. compound within Amvel Business Park in Paranaque City. It will offer a complete suite of health care services, using state-of-the-art equipment, and a holistic approach that focuses not only on treating illness but also on wellness services and disease- prevention. Interested parties or investors may call (+63) 2 552-1138; (+63) 2 994-2084; 0917-525 8955.

The TPMC will observe quick-turnaround time at the facility which allows the hospital to serve and treat more people. “Having a quick-turnaround time indicates that the hospital is performing with greater efficiency, more accurate diagnoses, and more effective treatments. No patient wants to stay in the hospital longer than necessary. At TPMC, we know this, so we do our best to get a patient quickly back to health, so he or she can enjoy life outside with his loved ones as soon as possible,” Dr. Bernabe said.

Treatment at TPMC is hassle-free with its stellar amenities. First of all, patients have easy access to and from the hospital because of its proximity to major thoroughfares like the C5 extension and Sucat Road, as well as the Skyway, EDSA, etc.

The TPMC complex also has dining and shopping amenities where patients can relax and enjoy themselves.

There’s also ample parking space for patients’ vehicles, which is very important for making their stay at TPMC as stress-free as possible. Apart from this convenience, patients and their companions are assured that the hospital complex is maintained as a secure, safe, clean, and hygienic environment.

“We believe that TPMC is destined to be a preferred healthcare provider and destination because the facility will have the most competent, most caring team of physicians, specialists and subspecialists, and medical support staff possible.  It shall be equipped with state-of-the-art technology backed by efficient management systems.”

“Being a tertiary hospital, TPMC will be able to provide care for patients within the full range of health concerns—from wellness and preventive care to the treatment of infectious, chronic, and very serious diseases that require careful, complex, and expert medical care. We also ensure that our patients get the best value for the services and amenities they pay for,” said  Dr. Roel Peña, TPMC President.

Stockholders’ privileges

TPMC will begin operations before the end of 2013 and is now in the final stages of development.  The hospital is still open to investors and new stockholders. TPMC stockholders enjoy a lifetime of hospital privileges. They are provided free hospital board and lodging up to a Suite Room depending on room availability. Operating and delivery room charges are also waived for their treatment.

Stockholders are guaranteed substantial discounts, including discounts on: doctors’ professional fees; outpatient consultations; special procedures; diagnostic and laboratory (except on special procedures); and dental consultations. Lastly, they are entitled to savings on pharmacy, CSR, and OR materials and supplies; and also rehabilitation and physical therapy services.

Interested parties may get in touch with TPMC at (+632) 5521138, (+632) 9942084 or at 0917-525 8955 and 0917-555 5639.

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  • noelpogi

    Ano na kaya ang nangyari dun sa pinatatayo ni Bernabe na Communitay Hospatay sa Paranaque. 9 na taong pinagagawa hanggang ngayon pundasyon pa rin.

    • tita_cacayan

      me nag ooperate na stem cell therapy doon ,para sa mahirap ,nakadyip lng sila at may dalang ahas

  • BatangSingapore

    ginagawa na talagang negosyo ang mga hospital. kala naman nila may magpapagamot pa diyan hahahahhahahha. may pa ads pa kayo nalalaman.

    • RNKR2005

      Siyempre pang negosyo ang hospital na ito. Kaya nga nagiinvite ng stockholders. Bihira ang nonstock, nonprofit hospitals. Even medical services by hospitals owned by the Catholic Church are not cheap (I know because I work in one). If hospitals are not run like a business, it’s bound to incur big losses. It takes good managers like the group of MVP to save a hospital like Cardinal Santos…

  • Simon Ward

    Dr. Renato Bernabe? Unless I’m very much mistaken, this is the same Dr. Bernabe as is on the board of Paranaque Medical Center, which has an undisguised policy of charging extra for foreigners, and even for Filipino patients checked in and signed for by foreigners.

  • Iggy Ramirez

    Why are they setting up expensive hospitals when more than three quarters of the population can barely afford half of the penicillin treatment? I know, this hospital will be used by corrupt officials when seeking medical asylum and charge them ridiculous fees paid for by the Filipino people.

    • RNKR2005

      Hospitals are just like any business opportunity, you put up one where it is needed (or profitable). No private entity will put up a hospital in far-flung rural areas where people will pay with crops and chickens. Only the government and foreign-funded NGOs will dare put up a big medical center on those areas…

  • Erewhon Revisited

    “The hospital is still open to investors and new stockholders. ”

    Oi oi Oi Arroyo, Napoles, Morato et. al. open pa daw for business opportunity. Ano pang hinihintay nyo? Higa na!

  • UrHONOR

    MABUTI pa ang el shady tuloy-tuloy ang pagyabong ng payong….yong pinanggalingan ng el shady ay naka-PAKO na sa pakikisawsaw sa sawsawan ng iba at sa mahigpit na pangangalaga ng kanilang kinikita sa larangan ng kalakalan. Sadyang nabaliktad na ng tuluyan ang takbo ng buhay sa bayan.

    • phthlateous

      yup, there’s money in religion. when people hear what they want to hear, they are willing to give money.

      if one knows what people want to hear or aspire to and if that person has the gift of talking well, and he knows it – he has a pot of gold waiting for him

      easy pickings….just talk and money will flow.

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